Your Move, Apple: Facebook Intros First-Party Cookie Option To Power Its Tracking Pixel

The third-party cookie isn’t crumbling so much as imploding. In a Friday email to advertisers and publishers, Facebook said that on Oct. 24 it will start offering a first-party cookie option for the Facebook tracking pixel so that businesses can keep targeting their ads and measuring their campaigns without relying on third-party cookies. Facebook confirmedContinue reading »

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How Dish Uses Non-Cookie Browser Data To Recognize Online Audiences

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Dish Network hopes to perform attribution and cross-device targeting using non-cookie-based browser data, said Brad Stamulis, Dish’s director of digital marketing. The satellite TV provider is using a solution called fTrack, from online ad platform Flashtalking, which recognizes consumers based on about 50 data points – including browser type, user location, screen size and orientation,Continue reading »

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Tracking The Fallout From Safari’s Tougher Cookie Stance

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Safari may represent a relatively low share of browser traffic, but the Apple browser’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) could have an outsized effect if it redefines which technology companies can access cookie data. ITP, a cross-site tracking restriction feature with the new iOS 11, builds on Apple’s pre-existing rejection of third-party cookies with a machine-learning-basedContinue reading »

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